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First you create the required objects, i.e., the MovieClips with text in them: cat, rabbit, mouse, ...
Then you duplicate all of them so that you have one word in the final position:
and the same word (the duplicate) in the initial position.
The MovieClips in the final position have the instance names:
These won't be visible (nor draggable). Basically, they only serve one purpose: be the target.
The MovieClips in the initial position have the instance names:
These are visible and draggable.
All of these MovieClips have to have the same Base Class - DraggableObject - which is a custom Class that you'll meet next. Although not all are meant to be draggable, as you've already seen, it's just a way to save the work of creating different MovieClips.
Right-click the items in the Library and and select Properties. Check "Export for ActionScript" and insert DraggableObject for the Base Class.
If you see this warning
just click "OK" again.
If you do this for all the 5 words, this is what you'll get:
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